19:30 Wolverhampton

Saturday 14 November 2020

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  • Bombardier 'March To Your Own Drum' Handicap (Div 2)
  • Class 5  |   1m 142y  |   Standard  |   12 Runners  |   Allweather
  • Weighed In
  • Off time: 19:33  |   Winning time: 1m 48.79s
1st
7
(1)
5/1
T: R HannonJ: S M Levey
Chased leaders, effort and edged left over 1f out, led inside final furlong, ran on op 4/1
2nd
1 ½
10
(9)
13/8f
T: P J McBrideJ: Barry McHugh
Rear of mid-division, headway 7f out, edged left over 1f out, ran on, went 2nd close home op 9/4 tchd 6/4
3rd
hd
4
(8)
8/1
T: W J KnightJ: Callum Shepherd
Raced keenly, chased leader, led over 1f out, headed inside final furlong, kept on, lost 2nd close home op 13/2
4th
1 ¼
1
(2)
18/1
T: Mrs K TuttyJ: Gemma Tutty (3)
Chased leaders, ridden over 2f out, stayed on same pace final furlong op 14/1
5th
½
11
(6)
10/1
T: A KingJ: David Probert
Mid-division, kept on inside final furlong, not trouble leaders op 9/1
6th
2
9
(5)
99-3
16/1
T: M ApplebyJ: A Mullen
Slowly away, towards rear, ran on final 100 yards, never nearer op 14/1
7th
1 ¼
3
(10)
8/1
T: Eve Johnson HoughtonJ: Georgia Dobie (5)
Raced keenly, led, headed over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong op 15/2
8th
¾
13
(13)
28/1
T: D M LoughnaneJ: Philip Prince
Steadied start, behind, some late headway, no chance op 25/1
9th
½
5
(4)
25/1
T: E De GilesJ: L P Keniry
Mid-division, closed over 4f out, weakened over 1f out op 20/1 tchd 28/1
10th
1 ½
8
(11)
14/1
T: J TuiteJ: Charles Bishop
Held up, closed 4f out, weakened over 1f out op 18/1
11th
½
12
(12)
150/1
T: Alexandra DunnJ: Charlie Bennett
Always in rear op 100/1 tchd 200/1
12th
90
6
(3)
14/1
T: R CharltonJ: Thomas Greatrex (3)
Mid-division, lost place over 5f out, well behind 3f out, hacked back op 11/1
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Non-Runners

2
(7)
Plunger61
Weight: 9-9|  Age: 5
T: P D Evans  J: Non Runner
NR

Betting

Forecast

Shining Aitch (13/8), Cityzen Serg (5/1), Plunger (7/1), Commit No Nuisance (8/1), Captain Claret (8/1), Chinese Whisperer (10/1), Lottie Marie (14/1), Bandoss (14/1), Lacan (16/1), Twin Appeal (18/1), Wind In My Sails (25/1), Never Said Nothing (28/1), French Mix (150/1)

Verdict

SHINING AITCH can be forgiven a below-par run on heavy ground last time at Yarmouth. He ran with credit over C&D the time before that and is still relatively lightly raced so should go close. Captain Claret can also have a line put through a disappointing run on soft ground last time, so he won't be far away. Lottie Marie is interesting starting out for a new yard.

  1. SHINING AITCH
  2. CAPTAIN CLARET
  3. LOTTIE MARIE

Prize Money

1st: £3,429.002nd: £1,020.003rd: £510.004th: £300.005th: £300.006th: £300.007th: £300.008th: £300.00

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